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Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends (Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai) (Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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In no time, a third member joins their ranks: Sena, a pretty, popular rich girl who annoys Yozora to no end. With Kodoka in the middle of the chaos, the brash brunette and the blonde boy-magnet go 'round and 'round, even as the Neighbors Club begins to grow. Hopefully, the girls can get past their rivalry, because sometimes the friendship you're looking for is right in front of you, and sometimes the best friends are the friends you never even wanted.
This limited edition includes an artbox, and contains episodes 1-13!
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The anime itself is one of my favorites. It has a ton of comedy and an underlying story that may make your eyes a bit watery. The second season goes even further with a love triangle, but we'll have to wait for that. I should note that this set is completely uncensored like the Japanese version. That means fully exposed breasts! Just a warning.
The set contains two Blu Rays and two DVDs. The first disc contains episodes 1-9, and the second disc contains episodes 10-12 and the OVA. I'm really glad they bundled the OVA with the other episodes. Many Animes make you pay for another disc with the OVAs. Well, I guess they're forcing you to pay for both the Blu Rays and DVDs these days on many TV Shows and movies.
The languages available are English and Japanese, but the Japanese voice acting is sooo much superior. The character Rika definitely steals the show with her voice actor. DVD audio is 5.1 Dolby Digital English and 2.0 Dolby Digital Japanese. Blu Ray Audio is 5.1 Dolby TrueHD English and 2.0 Dolby TrueHD Japanese. Why does the Japanese audio always get the shaft with the audio channels?!
Both the DVDs and Blu Rays have a 16:9 Aspect Ratio. The Blu Rays are native 1080p, and I'm guessing the DVDs are 480i like usual.
The extras aren't that extraordinary. There are no inserts other than a "Fill me out. Win a weekly prize" thing from Funimation. The extras on the disc include: Episode Commentaries, Blu-Ray & DVD Spots, Original Commercials, Promotional Videos, TV Spots, Textless Songs, and U.S. Trailers.Read more ›
The plot follows a group of students who, "don't have many friends" (that's the basic translation of the title). It's rather an inaccurate statement as they don't seem to have ANY friends whatsoever. One of them gets the idea to start a new club, "The Neighbor's Club," to find people who are as desperate for friends as they are.
The anime perfectly catches the comedy of this situation. It should be noted that someone going into this series looking for a lighthearted anime with cute characters making friends will probably be disappointed. Some of the characters are rather unpleasant. I do not say this to insult the series, in fact I applaud it for this choice, these are rather damaged people looking for friends, but lack the social skills to keep one. The cast of characters include Kodaka a scary looking guy (who's probably the nicest of the lot), Yozora a manipulative girl with an imaginary friend, Sena a rich and pretty girl whose status (and her constantly reminding everyone of it) creates tension when she tries to make friends, Yukimura a guy(?) who is trying to be more manly and Rika, brilliant scientist and constant source of intentional innuendo. There are others, but these are the chief members of the club.
Throughout the series, these people constantly torment each other, bicker, argue and occasionally try to imitate actions they see other students do around their friends.Read more ›
Yozora Mikazuki,an attractive girl in his class,is caustic,abrasive and solitude. She also has no friends.
One day,Kodaka returning to retrieve left-behind gym clothes,hears a conversation behind a closed door. Opening it slowly,he finds Yozora having a lively conversation with someone Kodaka cannot see. Interest piqued,he asks Yozora with whom she is talking to. Her attempt to claim it is her "air friend,Tomo" is brief and futile. She does express a clue to a surprise near the end by stating her "air friend" will never betray her.
Their conversation continues to develop until she has an idea that will help them become accepted and popular; the idea for the Neighbor's Club is formed.
Yozora commandeers a room for the club by bullying a 10-year-old nun out of her nap room. One of the delights of this series is watching Yozora in action. She is intelligent,quick-witted,caustic and pushy,not to mention vey attractive.She also demands and gets the little nun,Sister Maria,as club sponser.
The first new wanta'be member is Sina,who is hated with a passion by Yozora;she doesn't know her personally but as Sina is the daughter of the academy head master and has big boobs and has boys hanging all over her but she has no real friend.You can see why Yozora wouldn't like her,I guess.
Eventually,Yozora renames her "Meat".
Rika is so smart she has a special lab established for her private use,she attends no classes,she has no friends and is so nasty-minded she can read a normal manga as sexual erotica.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The First Season was cool! Even though they had some unexpected scenes. But it was really funny most of the time so I'm gonna say A+ >W<Published 3 months ago by Mattew
A hilarious anime! Great for a mature audience however not for kids due to the perverted suggestive nature. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ayalex
Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends, is one of the first romance comedies I have really liked. The art and audio a done very good. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Trace
Great English dub, good Blu-Ray package. Price is a bit iffy.
The rating is for the English adaptation for the anime. Read more
This is a very well written and executed show. I love the character development; anyone can relate to at least one of the characters, if not more. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dustin
This series reminds me rather strongly of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. We have a strong-willed heroine who coerces a biddable young man into forming a new after-school club. Read morePublished 8 months ago by AJR
I love the original show with subtitles but I'm not a huge fan of the English dub. I'm not a purist who just hates all dubs either, I watch lots of dubbed anime. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mark R. Penrod